Lead Organisational Development Partner

Posted 23 November 2022
Job type Permanent
DisciplineHR Leadership and Specialists
ContactSarah Louise Nolan

Job description

HRM have been retained by a well-established, commercial and innovative electric power transmission operator across the island of Ireland with responsibility for the safe, secure and reliable supply of electricity now and in the future who are currently looking to the market to hire a Lead Organisational Development Partner to join their business. This is an exciting opportunity to join a multi-disciplinary team working in a dynamic environment. The successful candidate will be creative, passionate, excellent at building relationships across diverse groups and responsive to the changing requirements of the business.

The Role:

You will work across the organisation to roll out a programme of activities that engages a diverse and skilled workforce. You will also be responsible for the co-ordination, writing, editing and publishing of content across internal channels. Like many organisations, this organisation is constantly looking for ways to change and improve their effectiveness and your contribution, as part of the wider team, to the successful implementation of change will be critical.

  • Lead the development and drive the implementation of the Group Employee Engagement Strategy.
  • Lead the development and drive the implementation of the Culture Change programme.
  • Responsible for internal communications across the organisation, including engaging senior stakeholders.
  • Manage the already established Diversity and Inclusion programme.
  • Frame the right conversations at focus groups, to result in pragmatic solutions.
  • Provide full change management solutions from a design through to delivery.
  • Represent the interests of the People Strategy in cross-functional programmes and initiatives.

The Person

  • Approximately 6 years' experience required, ideally 2-3 years in one of th Big 4 or Advisory services.
  • Exceptional organisation and planning skills, a proven track record in supporting organisational development, employee engagement and/or change programmes.
  • Experience running cultural surveys is required.
  • Strong theoretical and practical understanding of employee engagement and communications landscapes.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced ambiguous environment, with the ability to adapt quickly to changing circumstances, demonstrate resilience and be comfortable with uncertainty and ambiguity.
  • Excellent verbal, written and digital communication skills, including experience with survey assessment platforms and tools.
  • Acute business acumen and understanding of organisational issues and challenges.
  • Ability to influence others to move towards a common vision or goal. Must be a team player and able to work collaboratively with and through others.
  • Highly collaborative in approach, with lots of energy and enthusiasm for the role.

The Reward

  • A highly competitive package is on offer.
  • The opportunity to drive core behavioural and culture change - a truly transformation role.
  • Tangible career opportunities

For more information, contact Sarah Louise Nolan on 01-9609834 or apply directly.